February 24, 2020
Grant helps Hopeful Horizons create Colleton County satellite office
Coastal Community Foundation has given Hopeful Horizons a $750,000 grant over the next five years. The grant will give the domestic violence, child and sexual abuse agency to create a full-time office in Colleton County.
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February 10, 2020
Editorial: Coastal Community Foundation backs up its dollars with sense
As the foundation settles into its new headquarters on the former Charleston Naval Base, it’s also moving into a new role, as an advocate on several key issues that its board, staff and others feel are most important. It’s a logical step, and one we hope succeeds.
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February 6, 2020
Beaufort County nonprofit awarded $750K grant to increase its work in other counties
A $750,000 grant awarded Thursday — among the largest single grants ever given by the Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina — will allow a Beaufort County nonprofit to increase services in other Lowcountry counties.
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February 5, 2020
Helping Out for Feb. 5, 2020
Charleston-area charitable organizations have partnered in creating The Opportunity Center, a headquarters, job training center and business incubator.
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November 7, 2019
With 350th year weeks away, Charleston calls on businesses, events to get in on the party
The Coastal Community Foundation has signed on as the “philanthropic arm” of Charleston 350 Commemoration committee.
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May 14, 2019
Coastal Community Foundation moves from downtown location to naval base in North Charleston
Coastal Community Foundation is moving into the historic Sick Officer’s Quarters of the Charleston Naval Hospital building on the old Navy base.
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May 8, 2019
Coastal Community Foundation awards Julia Deckman with 2019 Griffith-Reyburn Lowcountry Artist of the Year
Since 2003, the Coastal Community Foundation (CCF) has awarded local artists with the Lowcountry Artist of the Year Award, a monetary award intended to cover the artist's living expenses during the creation of a special work of art. This year, that award goes to local artist Julia Deckman.
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March 30, 2019
Coastal Community Foundation starts $3 million impact investing program along South Carolina coast
The Coastal Community Foundation, a nonprofit group focused on charitable giving along the South Carolina coast, is starting a new program to fund projects with positive social impact.
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